I am getting 19 chicks in a few weeks. I'm getting really excited. 3 are for us to keep, 5 are for our neighbor, and then we're going to sell the rest. I already have several people who are on my list to buy. I am going to raise them until they are ready to go outside. I have the space and time to do it, and I enjoy it. My husband and I were trying to figure out how much was fair to charge for them. I was thinking that if someone wanted to take the chicks before 4 weeks, we would charge the cost of the chick +$5. Between 4 and 12 weeks, cost +10. And 12 weeks on, cost +$15. When I broke out the cost of the food, the shipping, and we built a plywood brooder that we can break down to store flat during the rest of the year (my plan is to do this every year), that seemed to cover everything, with a little left over. We live in the Denver metro. Does anyone have any thoughts if that is too much or not enough? We have a mix of RIR, barred rock, golden polish, blue cochin, buff brahama, white leghorn, cuckoo marans (only 2, and they are claimed), and black astrolorp. So I thought that we would reflect the difference in price by adding the amount on top of the base cost. Thanks!